The 47th Cesar ceremony will take place on February 25. The Academy of Cinema Arts and Techniques unveiled the nominations on Wednesday, after a year that has seen French cinema regain color.

After a particular 2021 edition, in restricted sanitary conditions and which followed a largely truncated year for the cinema, the César 2022, which will take place on February 25, are placed under the sign of both a French cinema in form, and a dislike of the ceremonies – after the Golden Globes lost their television broadcast and Canal + gave up the rights to the Cannes Film Festival (but renewed with the Césars until 2025).

César Award for Best Supporting Actress

  • Jeanne Balibar in “Illusions perdues”
  • Cécile de France in “Illusions perdues”
  • Aissatou Diallo Sagna in “La Fracture”
  • Adèle Exarchopoulos in “Mandibules”
  • Danielle Fichaud in “Aline”

César Award for Best Original Score

  • Ron Mael and Russell Mael for “Annette”
  • Guillaume Roussel for “Bac Nord”
  • Philippe Rombi for “Boîte Noire”
  • Ron for “Les Olympiades”
  • Warren Ellis and Nick Cave for “La Panthère des neiges”

Cesar for Best Director

  • Valérie Lemercier for “Aline”
  • Leos Carax for “Annette”
  • Cédric Jimenez for “Bac Nord”
  • Audrey Diwan for “L’événement”
  • Xavier Giannoli for “Illusions perdues”
  • Arthur Harari for “Ononda, 10 000 nuits dans la jungle”
  • Julia Ducournau for “Titane”

Best Movie

  • “Aline” directed by Valérie Lemercier
  • “Annette” directed by Leos Carax
  • “Bac Nord” directed by Cédric Jimenez
  • “L’Evénement” directed by Audrey Diwan”
  • “La Fracture” directed by Catherine Corsini
  • “Illusions perdues” directed by Xavier Giannoli
  • “Ononda, 10 000 nuits dans la jungle” directed by Arthur Harari

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